Trump Uses Info From Day Of Russia Meeting To Defend Himself In Early Morning Twitter Fit

It’s pretty typical of Donald Trump to burst into a morning Twitter rage when he’s upset about people figuring out how horrible he is. He tries desperately to defend himself by tweeting out distractions, pivots, and excuses.

However, in Sunday morning’s Twitter fit he may have actually proven those he’s yelling about correct and perhaps even implicated himself in regards to his son’s meeting with a Russian lawyer to gain opposition research.

Trump tweeted out:

“Hillary Clinton can illegally get the questions to the Debate & delete 33,000 emails but my son Don is being scorned by the Fake News Media?”

And before we get into the rest of his rage tweets, let’s look at that one. Besides the fact that Hillary Clinton didn’t win, albeit she got the popular vote, and Trump’s inability to get over the election, how did he know there were 33,000 emails?

The first time this supposed information was revealed by Trump was on the day of the meeting with the Russian lawyer.

Coincidence? Maybe. But knowing Trump’s inability to vet his tweets or think about what he says before he says it, it’s pretty obvious he was very excited to tweet out information he just became privy to.

So, in Trump’s pathetic Twitter fit to try and prove he and his son Donald Jr. are innocent of wrongdoing, he further implicates himself that they probably did, in fact, receive that information and he just reminded us that fact by bringing up the supposed 33,000 emails.

Nice job, Donnie!

Trump then went on to tweet how much he loves the people who love him:

And then, after bringing up information he likely learned in a meeting with Russians, saying there was no Russian collusion:

And then he has the audacity to say that the free press is who is trying to distort the truth and democracy:

This would be a funny plot twist if it were a movie, but it’s not. It’s real life and the *president is truly this remarkably awful. This is sad and dangerous.

(*pending ongoing investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 election)

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